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How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration
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How to migrate to australia - How to Work in Australia - Australia General Skilled Migration

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ONE derland Consulting Migration Agent based in Perth providing detailed information on how to migrate to Australia, how to work in Australia, how to apply for General Skilled Migration Australia …

ONE derland Consulting Migration Agent based in Perth providing detailed information on how to migrate to Australia, how to work in Australia, how to apply for General Skilled Migration Australia Visa. Information on Study to Australia, requirement to study in Australia, University in Australia. Type of Australian Student Visas and General Skilled Migration Visas. For instance, skilled independent visa 189 Australia, skilled nominated visa 190 australia, skilled nominated or sponsored provisional 489 visa Australia. As one of the most reputable immigration agent in Perth we provide Free general Australian Visa assesment.

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  • 1. • Career Opportunities. Australia has a vast array of career development opportunities on offer. With a continuously and rapidly growing economy and booming industries, skill shortages need to be filled and these shortages are providing excellent advantage for skilled migrants looking to experience Australia. • Climate and Landscapes. Australia has some of the most fascinating and alluring countryside, sceneries and coastlines in the world. The climate in Australia is envied by other nations with warm summers and mild winters. • Cost of Living. Housing costs and general costs of living in Australia have remained affordable throughout the growth in economy. The general cost of living in Australia is relative to the income of the average Australian worker and with so much on offer, you’re are certainly getting a bargain for your buck. • Lifestyle and Community. Australian people generate great community spirit and lead generally laid-back and relaxed lifestyles. Australians love to contribute to society, socialize and conduct their daily activities for the greater good. There are always sporting events (be it small or large) for adults, children and entire families to participate in. • Government and Health. Australia has a first-class and trustworthy government that provides development, infrastructure, transport, facilities, support, healthcare, education and contributions to community development. With intellectual politicians and heads of government, the Australian territory lies in great hands. • Culture and Quality of Life. The culture in Australia is welcoming, accepting and receptive. Australians are curious about people from all walks of life and are encouraging of any type of development that supports the Australian nation and economic growth. … Plus many, many more!
  • 2.  One of the two most popular avenues of migration into Australia is via a General Skilled Migration visa. General Skilled Migration visas Australia, sometimes abbreviated as GSM, offer permanent and temporary residency options entitling visa holders to almost all of the privileges that the average Australian Citizen has.  The second of the two most popular pathways of migration to Australia is a student visa. Student visas enable foreign nationals to migrate to Australia for the purpose of studying at an Australian study institution. These visas are generally granted for the duration of the applicants chosen study course and entitle the holder to gain employment on a part-time basis (20 hours weekly) and at certain points of the course of study (or during school break), employment on a full- time basis is also permitted. General Skilled Migration Student Visas
  • 3.  Australian study institutions are recognized on a global scale for the level of excellence they offer. Universities and schools offer innovative resources and world-class facilities that remain the envy of other education institutions from across the globe. Qualifications gained at an Australian university are easily recognized in other countries and are very respected. Australia also offers a wide multicultural and harmonious community as well as high standards of living for competitively low costs.  Further to all of the opportunities that an Australian qualification can provide, the employment opportunities post qualification are endless. You will learn from the experts of the industry and become an expert of the industry.
  • 4. • Curtin University • Murdoch University • Edith Cowan University Australian universities are offering exceptional study facilities and easy- to-access resources for their large base of international students. For examples, some courses on offer at Curtin University are: o Bachelor of Business Administration o Bachelor of Arts (Early Education) o Bachelor of Science (Health Sciences) … and many more. • TAFE • ACAE • APSI • Phoenix Academy Australia has multiple vocational education providers with a stellar reputation. Vocational education providers offer lecturers that are experts of the industry. For examples, some courses on offer at ACAE are: o Cert III in Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) o Cert IV in Business (Frontline Management) o Diploma of Accounting … and many more. • ACAE • Phoenix Academy To some higher education and vocational courses, a certain English language ability is required as a prerequisite to be eligible for any given course. You may study a General English course at Phoenix Academy, for example. General English courses are also available for study at ACAE and some other English course providers. University Vocational English Courses
  • 5.  ELICOS Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 570)  Schools Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 571)  Vocational Education and Training Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 572)  Higher Education Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 573)  Postgraduate Research Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 574)  Non Award Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 575)  Non Award Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 575)  AusAID or Defence Sponsored Sector: Temporary Visa (Subclass 576)
  • 6. In order to be deemed eligible for a student visa, you must meet the following requirements: • You must be officially accepted into a full-time study course. This can be proved to the DIAC by submitting your COE (Certificate of Enrollment) to your application • You must demonstrate that you are a genuine temporary entrant and you sincerely plan to return to your country on completion of your studies or apply for a new visa to continue your stay • You must meet the financial requirements and show sufficient funds • You must meet the health requirements • You must have sufficient English language skills • You must be able to provide proof of an academic record and history • You must meet the character requirements • You must have no debt to the Australian government • You must have health insurance to cover your stay in Australia • You must agree to sign the Australian Values Statement.
  • 7. As an example, if a person was to study a Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology) at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, the annual indicative course fees would be $26,000 AUD. If a person was to study a Certificate III in Retail Baking at TAFE, the approximate total course fees would be $14,500 AUD (for one year). The following table outlines the approximate costs of living as a student of Curtin University per week. Item Expenditure Standard Room (Rotary Intl. House) $ 140.00 Services (gas, water, electricity, etc.) $ 20.00 Food $ 120.00 Amenities (clothing, entertainment) $ 100.00 Transport $ 25.00 Health Insurance $ 8.00 Total: $ 413.00
  • 8. A qualification earned in Australia is only the first step to beginning an exciting, reliable and revolutionary career. Working visas in Australia have been designed to encourage skilled individuals to apply. As a fresh graduate, the opportunities to build a life in Australia and/or gain acclaimed and distinguished Australian working experience to carry with you for the rest of your life, where ever your new qualifications may take you. As a newly graduated individual and someone who is ready to dive into the industry, the visa options available are convenient, stable and supportive of your career movement and development. Options ranging from employer sponsorship visas, graduate visas or skilled migration visas. Let’s focus on General Skilled Migration visas for now …
  • 9.  The General Skilled Migration program acts to ensure that the Australian immigration intake levels and current working migrants are serving a benefit to the Australian economy. This type of visa processing particularly helps to combat regional skill shortages by giving skilled migrants the opportunity to live and work in regional Australia. This kind of visa also serves a significant benefit to employers suffering from skill shortages as well as state and territory governments seeking to settle migrants in Australia.  The General Skilled Migration program offers temporary and permanent residency visa options, giving skilled migrants the opportunity to apply for residency and employment individually, sponsored by an employer or state or territory or eligible family members and relatives.
  • 10.  General Skilled Migration visas are managed and applied for on a points system.  To be eligible for a General Skilled Migration visa, you must accrue a minimum tally of 60 points.  As per the information below, here is an example of someone who is able to score sufficiently high enough in order to be eligible for a General Skilled Migration visa. Name: Anna Taylor (28 yrs) Occupation: Health Information Manager Qualifications: Bachelor of Science (Health Information Management) Factor Description Points Age 25–32 (inclusive) 30 English language ability Superior English—IELTS 7.0 / OET B 10 Education qualifications At least a Bachelor degree, including a Bachelor degree with Honours or Masters 15 Australian Study Requirement One or more degrees, diplomas or trade qualifications awarded by an Australian educational institution 5 Skilled employment in Australia At least one but less than three years (of past 10 years) 5 Total: 65
  • 11. This points-based visa is for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer, a state or territory, or a family member. There are basic requirements you must meet to apply for this visa. You must: • be invited to apply • be younger than 50 years of age when you are invited to apply • nominate an occupation that matches your skills and qualifications and is on the relevant skilled occupation list • have your skills assessed by the relevant assessing authority as suitable for your nominated occupation • have at least competent English • score at least 60 on the points test • meet the health and character requirements. This visa allows you and your accompanying family members to: • live and work permanently in Australia • study in Australia • enrol in Medicare, Australia's scheme for health-related care and expenses • access certain social security payments (subject to waiting periods) • apply for Australian citizenship (subject to residency criteria) • sponsor family members for permanent residence.
  • 12. This points-based visa is for skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory. There are basic requirements you must meet to apply for this visa. You must: • be invited to apply • be younger than 50 years of age when you are invited to apply • nominate an occupation that matches your skills and qualifications and is on the relevant skilled occupation list • have your skills assessed by the relevant assessing authority as suitable for your nominated occupation • have at least competent English • score at least 60 on the points test • meet the health and character requirements. This visa allows you and your accompanying family members to: • live and work permanently in Australia • study in Australia • enrol in Medicare, Australia?s scheme for health-related care and expenses access certain social security payments (subject to waiting periods) • apply for Australian citizenship (subject to residency criteria) • sponsor relatives for permanent residence.
  • 13. This points-based visa is for skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory or sponsored by an eligible relative living in a designated area in Australia. There are basic requirements you must meet to apply for this visa. You must: • be invited to apply • be younger than 50 years of age when you are invited to apply • nominate an occupation that matches your skills and qualifications and is on the relevant skilled occupation list • have your skills assessed by the relevant assessing authority as suitable for your nominated occupation • have at least competent English • score at least 60 on the points test • meet the health and character requirements. This visa allows you and your dependants to: • temporarily live and work in a designated regional area in Australia • study in a specified regional area of Australia • travel in and out of Australia while the visa is valid • apply for permanent residence through the Skilled Regional (Residence) visa (subclass 887) after certain conditions have been met.
  • 14. The Consolidated Skilled Occupation List acts to specify skilled occupations eligible for a working visa in Australia. Occupations listed under Schedule 1 are eligible for a series of working visas, including the General Skilled Migration visa, Skilled - Independent (subclass 189) visa. Schedule 2 occupations are eligible for a Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457), the Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186) and General Skilled Migration visas Skilled - Nominated (subclass 190) visa and Skilled - Nominated or Sponsored (Provisional) (subclass 489) visa. The assessing authorities relevant to the listed occupations can also be read from CSOL. Assessing bodies are independent experts who certify that the applicant’s educational qualifications and, in some cases, skilled work experience in their nominated occupation, are comparable and sufficient to perform the listed and nominated occupation. Occupations on the Skilled Occupation List have been identified by the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency as occupations suffering skill shortages in Australia. The list is reviewed and updated on an annual basis. There are currently 649 occupations on CSOL. Examples of occupations currently listed on the Consolidated Skilled Occupation Lists are: Translator Metallurgist Hairdresser
  • 15. 1. With multiple tools and resources at our disposal, we are more than delighted to offer a solid and current know-how of present and past visa regulations and options. Our wealth of experience within the industry drives us to constantly offer support to the multicultural community of Australia with their visas, employment and education. 2. We provide our clients with 100% flexibility in the services they require ranging from face-to-face or Skype consultations and general immigration advice. The aim of our assistance is to progress our clients through to a successful visa application and a victorious outcome.
  • 16. 3. By selecting ONE derland Consulting as your official migration agent, you can be sure that we are an Australian registered migration agency (MARA no: 0961448). This means that we abide by the legal rules, Australian regulations, codes of conduct and legislation set out by the legal authorities and professional governing bodies. These bodies and authorities include the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, Migration Agents Registration Authority and the Migration Institute of Australia. 4. As a certificated migration agency, we are here to help you to reach your full potential. We understand that migrating to Australia can be a very expensive, frustrating and perplexing process. We take extraordinary pride in the services that we deliver to our clients. We are determined to get the best results for our clients.
  • 17. 5. We have a strong, friendly and tenacious team at ONE derland Consulting operating from Perth in Australia as well as Bali and Lombok in Indonesia. Our staff are always willing to lend a helping hand to our existing clients and prospective clients. 6. In conclusion, ONE derland Consulting will always ensure that your Australian visa application is meeting the requirements which then will increase the chances of a successful outcome. 7. By choosing ONE derland Consulting for your migration purposes, you will be making a collaboration with an acclaimed and creditable migration agent in Perth with your journey at heart and mind.
  • 18. To get your visa application started or to learn some information about the options available to you, you may visit our website: www.onederland.com.au. You can fill out our online assessment and we will get back to you within 48 hours! You may also contact us by email at: perth@onederland.com.au. To contact us by phone and speak to one of our friendly staff personally, please give us a call on +61 (08) 9477 5831.
  • 19. . The information provided on the power point is not intended to be legal advice, but merely conveys general information related to migration issues commonly encountered. The information is not guaranteed to be correct, complete, or current. We make no warranty, expressed or implied, about the accuracy or reliability of the information at this website or at any other website to which this site is linked.

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